India-based engineering, procurement and construction firm Kalpataru Power Transmission (KPT) has won international and domestic contracts worth over INR6.45bn ($118.4m).

Contracts signed by KPT include supply and erection of 400KV transmission lines worth INR5.49bn ($100.7m) in Bhutan.

The transmission lines will cover 160km and the project will receive funds from the Government of India.

KPT will also supply and erect 220KV transmission lines of 152km in Tajikistan for INR960m ($17.6m). The project will receive funding from the Asian Development Bank.

Kalpataru Power Transmission executive director Manish Mohnot commented that the firm presently have 50% of its contracts from international market due to the rapid expansion.

"KPTL is currently executing large contracts in more than 15 countries and has a strong footprint in over 35 countries," Mohnot added.

"With JMC now successfully foraying in international business, we will continue to strengthen our international portfolio going forward."